Power Of Attorney

Professional Power Of Attorney

Power Of Attorney (POA)

If you’re aged 18 or older and have the mental ability to make financial, property and medical decisions for yourself, you can arrange for someone else to make these decisions for you in the future. This legal authority is called “lasting power of attorney”.

It’s generally recommended that you set up both a personal welfare LPA and a property and financial affairs LPA at the same time. Many people do this while reviewing or revising their will.

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Having a Power of Attorney (POA) lets you plan what you want another person to do for you in the future, should you become incapable of making decisions about your own affairs.

Power of Attorney (POA) is a written document which includes a certificate signed either by a solicitor who is registered to practise law in England or by a practising member of the Faculty of Advocates or by a registered UK medical doctor who holds a licence to practise.

Power of Attorney can include but not limited to ;

looking after their bank accounts, savings, investments or other financial affairs.
buying and selling property on their behalf.
making decisions about their day-to-day personal care or health care.
claiming and spending welfare benefits on their behalf.
deciding where they live.
Acting in accordance with the terms of the LPA.
Acting in the donor's best interests and taking reasonable care when making decisions on their behalf.
Helping the donor to make their own decisions where possible, rather than simply taking control.

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